Aiguablava - Begur - Pals
Malaret beach, next to Aiguablava beach, is the departure point for a walk that goes as far as Fonda beach, in Begur. Rocks and reefs, pine trees and thickets, and steps that lead down to beaches are some of the most noteworthy features of this walk. Along the route, we should mention the so-called N’Estàsia beach, where there is a fresh water spring. From this point you can make out Cape Rubí, which marks the change in colour of the coast: in fact, you can see how the reddish tones become greyish or even black. From the path, you can reach the small bays by means of steps.
In addition, the path that borders the small bays of Begur starts at Sa Tuna beach and goes amongst the trees until reaching the small bay of Aiguafreda. The almost wild plant life, through which you can make out the winding form of the coast at this point, makes this coastal path one of the most beautiful ones in the area. The reefs and small islets you can see from the promontories, contribute to increasing the rugged appearance of the countryside. The route ends at El Racó beach, which borders the municipality of Pals. However, before reaching this point, you go through the small bay of Sa Riera and the sheer peaks of Espinuda, Illa Roja or Roca Negra.